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10 Is so~ Press Thursday, September 5, 1963 Pancake Breakfast Set S Or bo rd r-,, _ , . c e Inalans rrlme ' er o, ,..a,.., School band members have i AI~I6dlL~62~'~"~l Valley AreaBusmes N H With what head coach George erton where he was on the staff out linebaeker and offensive back; Steve~ Jones, 160-pound scheduled their second annual ~ nllViiui no OrAny0nelnterestedln ew ere Nowadnick considers "the best at East Bremerton high school guard, Don Grimm. Grimm is a junior guard; John Kauzlarich, pancake breakfast for Sept. 21 A brand-new electrical score- returning nucleus" he has had for the past three years. 155-pouhdjunior. 140-pound junior quarterback, at the Hi-to food center. Pro- =ll board for lssaquahhighschoors here, the lssaquah Indians A starting halfback last year, LinemenBaek and Gordon Rewhaud, 150- ceeds from the hreakfast go into i Seattle Center Internatmnal Bazaar Co lc neWinstalled soon at the north end Nwadnick greeted 10 re" the standuts fr the Indian defensiveguard;JhnPedefer" the well-balanced weight and di'rectr" First htcakes willftball field arrived last opened grid turnouts Monday Steve Anderson, 150-pound Other returning starters are pound junior center, the band's uniform fund, ac- i -- - " (FOR A L[M['I'ED TIME 0NIY) ~ week at the school and will be on the new high school field, senior, promises to be one of Jim Butcher, 190-pound senior The Indian coach said with cording to William Klein, band oTuh) So 11111 F I :::: of the field, according to Charles turning lettermen Monday, squad this season. Nowadnick re, 145-pound senior guard, speed of this year's team, the go on the griddle at 8 a.m, i ree Rents Fallstrom, principal, eight of them starters on said Anderson may be used this and Vie Eaton, 165-pound sen- running wing-T formation he Klein s~d. C n The $1,600 scoreboard was last year's Indian eleven which season as a quarterback to take iorend. Seattl~y, a UGN P lib ll -e At Inte purchased for the field by lssa- wound up KingCo conference advantage of his speed and Two additional lettermen employsindian squadsShuldforWrkthe wellpast agency, last year cared for i Is w0ah ~itl UU Credit Be quah Lions and Kiwanis clubs, play in second place. The Is- passing ability, who were not regular start- few seasons have been noted 310children. , Operated by remote control, saquah squad posted a record[ Another returning starter ers last season are also back as primarily running teams. , .... . _a ~ the lighted sign can be used of 7 wins and 2 losses for thel who figures to bulwark the in the fold, Nowadnick said. The 1963Schedule: _m for either night or day games 1962season. Indian line is big Bill Krieg- They are Dick Munro, 195- Sept. 13 - Marysville there DR. LLOYD A, WHITE _m and is large enough, 16 feet Over 90 young gridiron pros- er, ItS-pound senior tackle, pound senior tackle, and Steve -'2 At present, International Bazaar has very favorable leasing or- Apply wide and 8 feet high, to be seen pects greeted the coaching Another ItS-pounder, Chuck Burdick, 160-pound senior end. Sept. 20 - Lake Washington OPTOMETRIST -- rangements. We now have .$4 concessions with a space potential Centu Intl I from any position on the field, staff Monday to prepare for the Doty, is also returning from A number of up-and-coming here. = of 105. From June 1 this year over 1,500,000 people have visited 7Dam 10) A Kiwanis work party is sched- season's first contest, in Marys- last year's line. Doty, a senior, non-lettermen promise to give Sept. 27 - Federal Way Confecf Lens = Seattle Center. We are interested in the following: Food Cir, uled to install the scoreboard ville, Sept. 13. The Indians will assume duties as center returning gridders a battle there. this week. Floyd Hefferline is have only two weeks to get and place-kicker for the 1963 for starting positions, Nowad- Oct. 4 - Sammamish there. ~ Seattl, chairman of the Kiwanis cam- ready for the season opener, Indian squad. Nowadnick said "nick pointed out. Oct. 11 - Foster here. 2341/2 Wells Streef "- Bother Shop W0tch Repair Shop mittee working on the project, a non-league fray. he hopes to use Jim Nelson, a Included are Tony Bryan, Oct. 18 - Bothell there. Renton, Wash[ncjfon -" Pet Shop * Sportsmen's Shop NewCoach starting defensive halfback in 195-pound senior tackle', Ran Oct. 25 - Mercer Island here. Assisting Nowadnick are Bob 1962, on this year's offensive Carlson, 150-pound junior half- Nov. 1 Bellevue there. ~ Children's Center Dress Shop - /oyland & Doll Shop " Western Shop Lighthouse for the Blind, a White, Leo Hutchins and u:it. Nelson is a l70-pound sen- back; Ken Cox, 150-pound sen- Nov. 8- Mount Si here. Home&Heerth " WoolenShop UGN agency, conducts a work- shop for employment of blind Charles Johnson. Johnson, new . ear guard; Joe Hoskins, 185- All games are to be played on Knitting Shop Beachcombers & Shells to the coaching staff this year, Also returning from last pound junior tackle; Garythe turf at the new high school FrL, Model & Hobbies " Handbag Shop persons, comes to Issaquah from Brem- year's starting unit is stand- Jones, 175-pound junior half- field, the head coach reminded. OUR CONVERSION BURNER RENTAL PLAN Costs just WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY 840 Legals 840 Legels 840 Legel, 840 Legoh LEGAL NOTICE that the 30th day of September, child havedeserted her. NOTICE 1963, at the hour of 9:30 A.M., in the No. 1-36.7 - King Countyoffice of the Board of County Com- Said petition will be heard on the IN THE MATTER OF THE WEt- missioners, Seattle, Washington) 10th day of OCTOBER, 1903, at the FARE OF OLIVIA CATER. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS has been fixed as the time and hour of 1:15 o'clock P.M., at the place for hearing upon the report King County Juvenile Court, 1211 To EUGENE CATER, Presump- Sealed bids will be received by of the County Road Engineer in the E. Aler, Seattle, Wsshington, be- tire Father, Whereabouts Unlmown: the Board of County Commission- matter of the establishment of Coal fore the Judge of the above entitled ers of King County at 402 King Coun- Creek Lake Boren Road Rev. 2(Lake Court, at which time you are direct- You are hereby notified that on ty Courthouse, Seattle, Washing- Borento CoalCreekNewport Road), ed to appear and answer the said the 15th day of AUGUST, 1963, a ton, until 9:30 AM., September 23, the termini, general course and petition, or action will be taken by petition was filed in the above en- 1963, and will then and there by width of which, as recommended in the above entitled Court, sucn as tiffed Court by BRENDA BERNER, opened and publicly read aloud, such report, beingas follows: shall appear to be for the welfare Caseworker, State Dep't. of Pub- for the furnishing of all necessary of the said MARGARET ANN lic Assistance, having for its ob- labor, materials and equipment and performing all work required for surfacing with Class B Asphalt Con- crete Pavement on 1.86 miles of 100th Avenue N.E. (N.E, 116th Street to 145th Street) in King Coun- ty, Washington. The proposed pro- ject embraces work composed of the following items and approxi- mate quantities: 1. Crushed Surfacing Top Course 1870 Cu. Yds. Beginning in the N.E. of the GAINES. ject the disposition of the said eLl- S.W}4 of Sec. 21, Twp. 24 N., R. . VIA CATER and her permanent 5 EWM of Sta. 67+20.08 of King 1Dated963. this 23rd day of AUGUST, custody and control, it appearing County Survey No. 27-24-5-4 of ' . from the saidpetition that you, the Coal Creek Lake Boren Road. Presumptive Father of said child Thence Northerly a distance of 2797.21 feet to a terminus onthe centerline of the Coal Creek- Newport Road at Sta. 46+62.80 of King County Survey No. 16- 24-5-14. 2797.21 ft.,= 0.53 mile 2. Acoatlts_pba SS-I Emulsified Tack NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, 5 Tons that all persons interested may ap- 3. Asphalt Concrete Pavement Class pear and be heard at such hearing B upon such report and upon the 2860Tons establishment of such road. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, have deserted her. County Clerk Said petition will be heard on By MARY E. HOWARD, the 10th day of OCTOBER, 1~3, Deputy Clerk at the hour of 1:15 o'clock P.M., at the King County Juvenile Court, (Seal) 1211 E. Alder, Seattle, Washington, before the Judge of the above en- Date of first publication, Sept. titled Court, at which time you are 5, 1~3. directed to appear and answer the said petition, or action will be tak- Published in The Issaquah Press en by the above entitled Court, such Sept. 5, 12 and 19, 1963. as shall appear If be for the wel- fare of the said OLIVIA CATER. Bids received after the time fixed DATED at Seattle, Washington, for opening will not be considered, this 26th day of August, 1963. Plans, specifications and form of contract documents may be exam- ined at King County Road Engi- nest's Office, gO5 King County Court- house, Seattle, or may be obtained upon deposit of $I0.00. The full amount of deposit for one complete set of documents will be returned to each actual bidder within a rea- sonable time after receipt of bids. All other deposits will be refunded with deduchon not exceeding cost of reproduction of the plans, upon return of all documents in good con- dition within ten days after date of Dated this 23rd day of AUGUST, LEGAL NOTICE 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY No. 1-36-9 - King County NORMAN R. RiDDELL, COMMISSIONERS County Clerk King County, Washington King Con ty By MARY E HOWARD, ROBERT A MORRIS, n Deputy Clerk Clerk of Board By: Ralph R. Stender, Deputy STREET FLUSHING (Seal) WATER WAGON Date of first publication, Sept. 5, Published in the Issaquah Press 1963. Sept. 5 and 12, 1963. DATE OF BID OPENING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1963 Published in The Issaquah Press ..... Sept. 5, 12 and 19, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE Invitation To Bid L AL No IcE opening bids, after which time said No. 1-36-5 - King County deposits will be forfeited. Sealed proposals will be received No. 1.36.4 - King County Each bid shall be accompanied by by the King County Commissioners, 402 King County Court House, Se- a certified check, cashier's cheek IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF attic, Washington, up to 9:30 A.M., or bid bond made payable to King THE STATE OF WASHINGTON SEPTEMBER 16, 1.3 for the fur- Kina County County Treasurer in amount not IN AND FOR THE COUNTY nishingof: less than 5 per cent of the amount OF KING Illlw~ of bid. 1 only - STREET FLUSHING REPAIROF DRAINAGE PUMPS King County reserves the right JUVENILE COURT WATER WAGON WITH HIGH to reject any or all bids, and to Case No. 42278 PRESSURE SYSTEM (Used DATE OF BID OPENING, waive informalities, Equipment) - aa per specifies-SEPTEMBER 1B, lg63 teens on file at King County Pur. WALTER F. WINTERS King County Road Engineer NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE WEt- chasing Department, 606 King County Court House, Seattle, Washington. See Mr. Davis. Invitation Te Bid FARE OF MARGARET ANN Published in The Issaquah Press GAINES. Sept. 5 and 12, 1963. 100% performance bond will be Sealed proposals will be received required of the successful bidder, by the King County Commissioners, ~ To OI.LIE GAINES, Presumptive unless the sum of the Bid is under 402 King County Court House, Se- LEGAL NOTICE Father, Whereabouts Unknown:$1000.00. No Bid Bond required, attic, Washington, up to 9:30 A.M., and to all whom it may concern: SEPTEMBER 16, lg63 for the fur- No. !-36-12 - King County ' The King County Commissioners nishingof: You are hereby notified that on reserve the right to reject any or all COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE the 15th day of AUGUST, 1963, a bids and to waive any informali- ALL MATERIALS, LABORAND OF HEARING petition was filed in the above en- tyin bids. EQUIPMENT FOR THE RE- titled Court by BRENDA BERNER, PAIR OF 4 DRAINAGE PUMPS IN THE MATTER OF THE LOCA- Caseworker, State Dep't. of Pub- Submit proposals on bid form and - as per specifications on file at TION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF lic Assistance, having for its object envelope as provided by this of- King County Purchasing Depart. COALCREEKLAKEBORENROAD the disposition of the said MAR-ficeatG06KingCountyCourtHouse, ment, 606 King County Court REV. 2 (LAKE BOREN TO COAL GARET ANN GAINES and her per- Seattle, Washington. House, Seattle, Washington. See CREEK NEWPORT ROAD) manent custody and control, it ap- Mr. Davis. peering from the said petition that BOARD OF COUNTY NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN, you, the Presumptive Father of said COMMISSIONERS 100% performance bond will be required of the successful bidder, BY: JOE LOBBEREGT, unless the sum of the Bid is under Purchasing Agent $1000.00. Published in The Issaquah Press Sept. 5, 1M3 The King County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informali- ty in bids. Round Bone IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF / THE STATE OF WASHINGTON / IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING LEGAL NOTICE Submit proposals on bid form and envelope as provided by this of- No. 1-36-6 - King County flee at 606 King County CourtHouse, Seattle, Washington. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS King County, Washington BY: JOE LOBBEREGT Purchasing Agent JUVENILE COURT Published in The Issaquah Press Case No. 40671 Sept. 5, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE Blade Cut Country Style Our Own Pork No. l-gg-8 - KJng County Sealed bids will be received b~, the Board of County Commissioners of County at 402 King County Courthouse, Seattle, Washingt. on, until bel 23, 1963, and will then and there be openea and pub- for the furnishing of all necessary labor, materlms and equipment and performing all work required for construction of a con- crete bridge over Covington Creek in Section 12, Twp. 21 N. R. 5, E.W.M., located 5 miles east of Auburn on the Auburn-Black Diamond Highway in King County, Washington. The proposed project embraces work com. posed of the following items and approximate quantities: I. Clearing and Grubbing Lump Sum L.S. 2. Remove Existing Structure Lump Sum L.S. 3. Creek Channel Change Lump Sum L.S. 4. Roadway Excavation, Including Haul 103 Cu. Yds. 5. Gravel Base Class "A" 202 Cu. Yds. 6. Crushed Surfacing Base Course 86 Tons 7. Crushed Surfacing Top Course 50 Tons 8. Rolling 2 Days 9. Water 4 M. Gels. 10. Structure Excavation 266 Cu. Yds. 11. Concrete - Class "A" 168 Cu. Yds. 12. Reinforcing Steel 23,550 Lbs. 13. Structural Steel 7,420 Lbs. 14. Prestressed Beams, 60 Ft. Span 4 Each 15. Pretest Beams, 45 Ft. Span 12 Each 16. Precast Slab Units 52 Each 17. Bridge Railing 390 Lin. Ft. Bids received after the time fixed for opening will not be considered. Plans, specifications and form of contract documents may be examined at King County Road Engineer's Office, g05 King County Courthouse, Se- attle, or may be obtained upon deposit of $10.00. The full amount of de- posit for one complete set of documents will be returned to each actual bidder within a reasonable time after receipt of bids. All other deposits will be refunded with deduction not exceeding cost of reproduction of the plans, upon return of all documents in good condition within ten days after date of opening bids, after which time said deposits will be forfeited. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check or bid bond made payable to King County Treasurer in amount not less than 5 per cent of the amount of bid. King County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive in- formalities. WALTER F. WINTERS KING COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER Published in the Issaquah Press ~ptember 5, and 12, 1963. HOURS: Men., Tues., Thurs., 9:00 to 5:30 Wed. and Sat 9:00 to 1~0 Telephone ALpine 5-3788 m m If you desire further information, PHONE MA 4-8466. This $100 Rental Credit Coupon Good for Limited Time. Coth Valve l/~h of ~ Cent ~llllllllllllllllllllll l IIl IS I Ill IIl IS l IIl lllllllllllllllllllllllll Full / Cut Giant }C Hills Bros. C Hills Bros., $117 Vets' Hills Bros. West Best Mandarin T i n S Corlons Purina 25 Lbs. Standby lb. Dill "'Oz 39c Washington Yellow Tops 'em All 21- Oz. Right to Limit Reserved FREE PARKING , LOT Prices Effective Sept. 5, 6, 7 FoOD Ib' Boneless lb. 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